A Recipe for Life Balance

I love making chicken salad, and I have about 27 different ways I do it. Some with pecans and some with almonds, some with green onions and some with red. But regardless of which combination I choose, there are a few staple ingredients that I add to every batch. After all, if you don’t have […]

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Good Things Come to Those Who Wait

My first experience in organized sports was playing soccer as a 7-year-old boy. I loved it, but I was small for my age. I was easily the smallest kid on the field, and I didn’t get a lot of playing time. The coach wasn’t mean or unfair about things. I think he was just afraid […]

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Knowing Your Strengths

And finding what you do well Did you enjoy doing something as a kid, but wrote it off as silly? Were you discouraged from pursuing something you really enjoyed when you were younger? As a result, you might feel unsatisfied and frustrated with your direction in life. Meaningful, fulfilling work happens when you use your […]

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Dave Says… Put Your Education First

Dear Dave, I’m 19, and I’m about to finish up my first year of community college. I have enough money through scholarships and help from my family to get a bachelor’s degree. After that, I plan on going to law school and cash flowing that part of my education. I’ve already started a Roth IRA […]

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Dave Says… A Calling or a Job?

Dear Dave, When it comes to your career and profession, how can you tell if you’ve truly found your calling in life? Tony Dear Tony, I don’t think it’s common for most folks to feel like they’ve experienced some kind of grand revelation, and suddenly they know what they’re supposed to do with their lives. […]

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Create a Strategic Plan for a New Career

I’ve heard every excuse in the book for people not leaving jobs they hate. No matter the excuse, it always comes down to fear and doubt—fear of failing, fear that time has passed them by, fear of what others will say, and doubting they have what it takes to succeed in something different. But it’s time […]

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How to Win with Money After Graduation

Heading into the workforce after college and living on your own is hard enough without a global crisis messing with the job market. But listen, you can make a steady income and win with your money if you make a few smart moves starting right now. Here are my top tips for staying in control […]

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Tom Stanley: He Transformed the Way We View Wealth

UGA alumnus who wrote ‘The Millionaire Next Door’ has a lasting impact. It has been a quarter of a century since Thomas Stanley, who received his doctorate in business administration in 1974 from the University of Georgia, wrote the bestselling book “The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America’s Wealthy”. Co-authored with a former […]

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